Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 5, 1932 · Page 8
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^, All at Redact* Price*. i Fine Bulora, Hamilton, ! , Illinois, Elgin, or H»ll- mark Watches. Diamond Rings Fancy Stone Rings .Cameo Rings New fancy Neckpieces Barrings Waldemar Chains Fountain Pens <; Gents' fine Cameo Rings < Bill Folds Leather Hand Bags Cigar Cases Cigaret Lighters Compacts Desk Clocks, Electric Clocks Crystal and Pearl Beads Mesh Bags A fine present would be to start a sterling silver pattern for the hope chest. ' --IT -:. .-''ILiW^W^-W^^lJt^ BE GRADUATED BY BURT H, S, SUrt, May 3—Annual J.-8. banquet will be held In the school auditorium this week Friday evening. Ther are 1$ In the graduating class: Ed ,w»rd Polhetnua 1 , Richard . Lavrenz •Bruce Clifton, Ada; Schwteterf, Vera Chipman, ILetha Mann, Norma 'Sanderson, Dean Clapeaddle, JDonal Rtngsdorf, 'Viva Brayton, William Glddihge, Verne and Emil Lovstad Oliver Stewart, Donald Patterson and Wlllard Stow. Fifteen to Lodge Doings— Among Hurt Odd Fellows and Re bekahs who attended a district meeting at Garner last Thursday even- Ing were Mrs. M. L. Vinaas, Mrs. J H. Graham, Mrs. 'Lillian Sheldon Ben Sheldon, Lottie Hawcott, Harold and Dorothy Steward, Gladys Brace, Edna Staley, Esther t Olson, Esther Bahling, Mr. and Mrs.' H. A. Steward, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Macauley. '• » , * to , v , ^ , Genera/ Conference in 1932 F.W.WEHLER&CO, Jewelers and Optometrists. Phono 840. Everything Your Car Needs There's nothing a car has to have that we're not ready to equip you with . . . and you get as much courteous service and good value, no matter how large or small your bill. HY-VIS MOTOR OIL WM. C. BAU, GABAGE II. W. Richardson Is Head— Mattie Warner received word Monday of the death of a brother- n-law, R. W. Richardson, Gary, Ind. The body will be brought to Bancroft for'burial Wednesday. Mrs. Richardson was buried there a few veeks aero. The Richardsons for- icrly lived at Armstrong. Hear Concert nt Estliervlllc— The Rev. and Mrs. L. Richmann, daughter Margaret, and Luella Bleich went to Estherville Sunday to hear the St. Olaf choir, Northfield, Minn. S. J. Fardal, Alice Eighme, Anna Overgaard, and Charlotte Warrior also attended. Bf W, H, Lease, », D. A Characteristic of the Methodist .Episcopal church Is Its tern of conferences. iBV>r -each geographic divlsjpn there is a conference .responsible for administration throughput Its jurisdiction. There are the local conference, the district conference, the annual conference, the judicial conference, and the general conference, the frequency of" meet- Ings and the Incumbent duties of each outlined In the law of the church commonly called the discipline. The general conference consists of representatives of worldwide Methodism, half of them laymen, the other half ministers, duly elected from annual and lay conferences around the world. Every continent Is represented, and people of all races meet on a common level to discuss the fourth year, and thte is the year for this great representative body to function. tfe*t Monday the Methodist general conference will start a month of intensive study and deliberation at Atlarftte Criy, tf. j, Bishops, benevolent board secretaries, editors of church periodicals, and commissions and con- nectlonal officers are to be elected. The reorganization of boards and commissions, the re- . church laws and the program for the future. This is the legislative body of the church, making laws and electing the officiary to carry out the legislation enacted for the next four years. conference meets in The general May every , statement of church policy, on moral and social questions, and all other matters of policy for the next four years -will be Items of business. There will be many discussions on topics of general Interest, and tfethodiete will find the legislation of supreme Interest. Other denominations have often taken the trend of thte great -represent tatlve body as a guide to future programs and the emphasis of protestantism. Other church bodies will send greetings' through their appointed representatives, and worldwide keen interest will be engendered. The conference the the be will make the headlines of dally press often - during^ month, and the stories will worth careful reading. Birthday of Twins Observed— Friday was Gerald and Gladys Brace's 'birthday, and Mrs. Brace entertained Mr. and Mrs. Howard Salisbury, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. P. Hawcott. and S. E. Straley, the latter of Fenton, that evening. Mrs. Clifford Holding was hostess to the Busy Bee club Friday, 30 attending. iBanker and Sirs. J. T. Heany Donald Stow Announces Marriage— Donald Stow left a week ago for San Antonio. Tex., after a few weeks with his parents, Mr. and Vlrs. J. P. Stow. He announced that had been 'married to Virginia ?ims February 29 in Texas. I. IV. .Mann's Father, 96, Dies— H. W. Manus and his sons Albert and George left last Thursday for "Smden, 111., to attend the funeral of tr. Manus's father, who was 96 at death. Former Pastor's AVlr'c Here— Mrs. C. G. Treskow, Madison, Vis., spent the week-end at the Rev. L. Richmann's. She lived here when her husband was Burt's Lutheran pastor. Attend County "Fed" Meetinsr— A number of local Woman's 'Club members will attend a county federation meeting: at Titonka this week I Tuesday. The Burt club is one of the hostess clubs. Six Babies Arc Baptized— Cradle Roll day was observed at the Presbyterian church Sunday with exercises, and six babies were baptized. Fred'k Schultz of 'Lone Rock, Candida te for county treasurer on the republican ticket. Mr. Schultz ia asking for the office for his first term, and he, has the earmarks of making a very efficient county official. * Nearly 20 years of successful business experience, member of the Lone Rock school board for nine years, mayor of Lone Rock for five years, and re-elected at the last election. Your vote will be appreciated at the primary on June 6. Other Burt News. Mrs. WIHlam Hoffman, Renwick, daughter Elveria, Mr. and Mrs. Klaus Hoffman, Davenport, and Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Lockwood, Hardy, spent last week Wednesday at W. J. Lockwood's. Mrs. Hoffman is Mrs. Lockwood's mother; Mr. Hoffman, an uncle, H. F. and W. J. are brothers. Mrs. H. S. Van Vranken went to Story City last visit relatives. who attended a veterinary convention at Fort Dodge last Thursday, went on to Story City and brought her home Friday. The Edward Thaves family is moving into Mrs. Stewart's house, spent the week-end at Kiester and Bricelyn, Minn. The Jesse Thoresons spent the week-end with relatives at Ellsworth. Viola Bleich and Donald Cronan, Algona, were week-end guests at [Albert Bleich's, Springfield, Minn. Mary Fairbanks and a Fort Dodge friend spent the week-end at the G. U. Fairbanks home. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Walker are parents of a son, born Monday. The Sewing Circle met'last Thursday at Mrs. P. L. Dremmel's. SERVICES AT LU VERNE TO BE BY WOMEN Lu Verne, May 3—The services ,at the Methodist church next Sunday morning will be taken charge of entirely by the women. There will be a choir, readers, ushers, and speaker. There will also be three surprises, the oldest mother present, the youngest mother, and the mother with the largest number of children. A mother and daughters' banquet next Monday at the city hall is under the auspices of the church, but every mother and daughter in the community is invited to attend. It will be at 7:30, and the admission will be 25c. There will be talks, music, and a social evening. Two Book Clnbs Meet- Two Rook clubs met last week, the Progressive club at Jesse Lindebak's Tuesday night, when Mr. and Mrs. Archie Sanford won the high vacated by Cliff Holmes. - The Gregory Johnsons and the 'Fit* Rustins, Ruthven, the Albert £>allys, the Clarence Trenarys, and the Ross Wllkins, Corwlth, were Sunday guests at J. R. Farrell's. Mrs. A. L. Look .was called to Camp Cole early last week by word that her father, the Rev. 'j. D. Hesse, was sick. The Bert Thomases are now In the. Wegner house, recently vacatet by Hie Milton Worbys. Mr. Tfioma is M. & St. L. section foreman. The Charles Wolfs took Mrs. Barbara iLothrlnger to Ida Grove Sunday to see her brother-in-law, Walter Seidler, who died Sunday night. George Wermersen, Miller, S. D., and the John Wermersens, Algona, were Sunday guests at Dick Wer- mersen's. The Gi-ant Jennings family spent Sunday at Boone. Mrs. Jennings' father, W. G. Stanley, accompanied them here for an extended visit, Arnold Sanders has been engaged by the Champlin Oil company to work in an oil station at Algona. scores, and the J. F. F. at the Otto Ramus home Friday night, when Mrs. T. L. Williams and Elmer Green were high scorers, and Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Jones low. Mrs. week Tuesday to William Zentner helped Mrs. Ramus Dr. Van Vranken, Elmer Greens 25 Years Wed—Mr, and Mrs. Wm. Green, enter tained the Elmer-Greens, the Doctor Williams family, and the Lloyd Zentners at dinner Sunday evening in honor of the wedding annivers- DANCE : FHIDAY NIGHT V I. 0. 0. F. HALL Music by ; IOWA REVELEBS OF CLABION IIIUJMIIO IAXATIVE , H«T» you overworked your nervom Byateia •"4_J"M«I trouble with your kidneys and Unit Have you paine in loina. side and bick. Ha»eyou a flabby oppearanceonbefaceoncl •5ftF.* e «!HS I «J°. •»« William.' r' and the house they vacated will be occupied by the W. T. Trainers. The Kriethe (house, where the Trainers have been,, will be occupied by the Al Staehles! Helen Schwietert arrived' last week Wednesday for three weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Schwietert. She is taking nurses' training at the Methodist hospital, Des Moines. Clara Schwietert, Dol- llver teacher, was also here. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Rash got home last Thursday from Oklahoma Tue3da} . club Mears Clt\ . Whei'fi thpv hnrl p-nr»o +-.-» rrci* •., _ __ FENTQN BEATS TITONKA TO WIN COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP Fenton, May 3—Fenton high school won the Kossuth county 'baseball championship at Burt Friday afternoon by defeating Titonka 9-5 in the final round. Batteries: Titonka, Backleman and Kenchei- wer; Fenton, Luedtke, Kuecker and Kramer. Fenton thus wins the first leg on the Algona Community club trophy. The trophy Is to be presented next week Friday by a representative from Algona. If Fenton wins again next year the school gets permanent possession of the trophy. To get permanent possession a school must win the cup twice in in is '.A. 't&Mtif 1 ftftA ' ' Jnlfti^jL^ 4A church latt W««k WedrteWay Iftf was w%lt attend*!, an* |«8 *ift cleared, everything having been do* nated. Church sendee* are new at 9'M; Sunday school at 10: SO. NeJrt Sunday intoning & "Mothers' day program will be given. Last Sunday a large May basket of friilt wa» gertt by the Sunday school to Ralph Jain, Who Is sick. The Aid WJH meet next week Thursday. Mrs. Fern /Anderson, who has be6n sick with the flu, wl not be able to entertain thte week Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Larson at •tended church at Good Hope Sun day morning.and heard a rellglou play, The Challenge of the Cross given by a West Bend cast. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hansen were 6:30 dinner guests last Thurs day of Mr. and Mrs. David Woods Algona. Mrs. ^ Struthers entertained two staters'from West Bend over v the week-end. The 'Ross Bufflngtons 'and Mrs H. P. Christensen spent Sunday at Verne (Teeter's and met the new 'eeter eon, Merle Verne, born Frl- ay. i lone Moyer, who has a beauty hop at Burt, spent Sunday at Raymond Moyer's. Mrs. C. A. Bakkle, Mallard, son Wallace, and Lucille Reed were week-end gueats at the J. D. Andrews home. William Altwegg Is (back at Rochester for a second operation for cancer of the lip. Audrey Potter, Algona, spent the week-end with her cousin, Marjorie Johnson. The girls attend the A. H. S. Other guests of the George Johnsons were the Ben Hartzels, Britt. Beryl, son of Ernest Hansen, of iRudd, visited his aunt, Mrs. Tom Toung, Sunday. Mrs. Roy Hansen entertained her bridge club last week Tuesday, and Mrs.' Cliff Hoover won the high score and a traveling prize. Louis and Loyd, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hansen, have a new pony. the M te » oi* ««ar an3 WbuW: OonliW AfcM, Darwin Baker, Bmm«t BMrd, idf , Carroll Bruiw, William Howard Gorman, Harry Oreenbeffr, Orvai Halnea, Robert 1* flatt*. Paul McNeJH, liowafd Mitflfli ftlftt Stren, atid Cralf VlfWOn. Th« <SOfti ventlon la to to'heM June It and It will include * buslnert MMlM, » theater party, a parade, and a viali to the RlVefvieW aittUMfttent park \ ' ' x.^prTiTT^'™ 'i, ""*• • ""wi iffitll nUiiiOnflUf' flo Mfcoficw 996 " •. 1wA4ti« . \, * i ,i i. i ..( ..* i «*»wii a "'«fiW l -14 ( > Jhirii linen towvlitif ......«* TY PRINTING » • '. ii ' i i I i r ' Turktah'towel., I for ..._,*< cHltdren'a hose, 2 pair Lite r *», 5v »*Hi Oy'« overall, -~1 *L. ' * • Boy's cbveralla "—••••J Cotton gloves .»_.. Bleached muslin, lo Unbleached muslin, AT YOUR B 8TOBE Groceries Freak Meats Vegetables First door west of Swift's. SPECIAL For Thursday, Friday, and Saturday of this week we are making a special on two of our smaller feeders. These are strictly for these THBES DAYS A 24-inch reel type feeder and waterer, 50c value 28-inch charcoal tin buttermilk feeder, reel type, 75c value 29c 49c IN MANY PAP1SRS HEREABOUTS it costs as high as 20c to reach each subscriber with advertising because of limited circulation. Th» Advance circulation, on the contrary, ie such that the cost Is only about one cent per family. 25tf succession, or three times not succession. The Algona school barred from competition. FIRST TIME IN HISTORY. A solid: trainload of 50,000 tires shipped to one company. That's why our highest priced balloon is only $7.9-4— let line, 6 ply 33x6.00. Gamble Stores. Starts May 7.— 33-34 NOTICE OF PIIOBATE OF WILL No. 3614. State of Iowa, Kossuth county, ss. In District Court, -March term, 1932: To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an nstrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Jaeob Nofsfcer, deceased, dated April 27, 1920, having been this day filed, opened and read, the 16th day of • May, 1932, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County or the Clerk of said Court; and at 9 o'clock a. m. of the day above mentioned, all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear and show cause, if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, April 19, CLARK ORTON, Clerk of District Court. By OLAKA SCHAAJP, Deputy. Imported German Peco Peat Moss. An extra large bale -• of the cleanest peat moss to be found, at only _—_ PER BALE Baby chick Starting and Growing Mash. A commercial mixed feed with Cod Liver Oil that will guarantee rapid growth and proper development PER 100 Custom hatching, 2c per egg. Baby Chicks at popular prices. Sol Hot on and coal Brooders, Globe All Mash. Hot OU The Algona Hatchery . . J. E. MASOTV ** 2 Blks. South la. State Bank. Phone 104 T. P. Harrington, Attorney. 32-34 ary of the Elmer Greens. After dinner they attended a show at Fort Dodge. Ten In Senior Play— The senior play, Take My Advice, to be given this week Friday, is a dramatic comedy in three acts with the following pupils in the cast: Donald McClellan, John Voss, James Bowman, Harold Lichty, Elsie Hunt, Dorothy Stoddard, Josephine Donelson, Velma Ramus. 1 Ktdnoy . a»yaUdru««iati. WUUMI m CO., ft*. Qmiut, Okie X.USBY'8 DJIUa STORE, ALGONA City, where they had gone to get Mrs. Rash's father, John Hughes, 80, who is now making his home with them. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Booth, Spencer, and Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Peterson, West Bend, spent Sunday at D. F. Slaughter's. Mrs. 'Booth is Mr. Slaughter's sister; Mr. Peterson, Mrs. Slaughter's brother. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Trainer went to Austin, Minn., Saturday and "brought back a new truck which Mr. Trainer will drive for the Hormel meat company. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Manor are spending a few days at Mrs. Bertha Sohwietert's. Mr. Manor recently broke a bone in one foot. 'Dr. and Mrs. R. H. Thompson will be at Des Moines this week Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, attending a state dental meeting. Willis Chipman and Warren Polhemus returned Monday from Mil- they had spent a [ieaned-Pres$e5 a* Repaired *a Elk Cleaners and Tailors Fbone 880 PILES! PILES! PILES! WILLIAMS' PILE OINTMENT F« BM.Bleeding; and Itchiog Pi|«. Fw |afe by all diuggub. mail 5o7«nd $1.00. 8TQRB, waukee, where few days. Dean and Rachel Clapsaddle entertained Sunday afternoon and evening. "Leona Lichter, Algona, was among .the guests. Mrs. M. M. Chipman entertained the Fortnightly club last Thursday. Mrs. Chipman's sister, Mrs. R. E. Gabriel, Armstrong, was a guest. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Boettcher •were hosts to the young married people's bridge club last Thursday evening. The Aid society will meet thi week' Wednesday at the church Mrs. W. H. and Mrs. Bertha Schwietert, hostesses. Grace Stockdale, Ventura teacher spent the week-end at L. E. Roet- man'e. Mrs. Roetman and Miss Stockdale were college friends. The American Legion Auxiliary •will meet this week Wednesday evening. The Rev. S. H. Atan attended Program— Mrs. Wm. Baddeley was hostess to the Tuesday club last week. State -parks were named in response to roll call, and a paper on 'the early life of the community was given by Mrs. W. F. Godfrey. Florence Hot sang. I. H. Benedict Imported Sick— I. H. Benedict spent the week-end at Minneapolis, visiting . his father, H. S. Benedict, critically eick at a veterans' hospital. Mr. Benedict, who came to this locality among the early settlers, is now 88. Hear Fort Dodge Oratorio- Several from Lu Verne, went to Fort Dodge Sunday night to hear the oratorio "Creation" given by the Webster county choral union at the high school auditorium. Academic Tests Next Week — High school pupils will take part in fourth annual academic tests to be given next Tuesday. The 7th and 8th grades will take a test in English correctness. Two Families to Leave _ Cecil Williams and Neal Larimer left Monday for Minnesota to locate near Bemidji. Mrs. • Williams and Mrs. Larimer go later. Other Lu Verne News. Mr. and Mrs. Laurel Rogers and their son Frank, who had been at Mimeographing Advance Publithing Co. YOU WONT BELIEVE! YOUR EYES/ A Real Refrigerator for The World Expected It -Majestic Has Done It! Model 335 Multi.powered... Flat Top... Heavy Insulation... Porcelain Interior...8H Square Feet of Shelf Area... Quiet.. ."Elasto" Finish . .. Factory Guarantee. in and Inspect- | Fort Worth, Tex., several years, arrived to visit the parental Mr. and Mrs. Hal Rogers a week ago. Laure was managing a creamery there, bu a milk war forced It to close. Mrs. Harold Phillips spent several days last week with her" sister, Dorothy Helmick, EsthervlHe, junior college teacher. Miss Helmick will leave June 9 for Barfet. The ne-w pool ha4J proprietors, p. C. Ardson and Vernon Toohey, 'have brought their families here from For Service It's Odorless, Stainless, Colorless, and Non-Explosire BERLOU Clothing, Rugs, Draperies, Upholstered Furniture, Pianos, Furs, etc. Mothproof For Life HOW YOU CAN BENEFIT BY BEBLOU PERMANENT MOTHPROOF Your furs, woolens, blankets, feathers, rugs, drapenes, overstuffed furniture, all can and should be Sethod 00 v d f ° r " fe by -, thi f quick ' s^ele, economica! method. You can easily learn how you may have this protection. 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